Wednesday, July 29, 2015

*Review* Comparison - AG and A Girl for All Time Dolls

I get A LOT of questions whether these two brands can share clothing.

And I understand why because everyone loves the A Girl for All Time period costumes and wants them for their AG dolls to wear. 


AG dolls have an 18" cloth body and are far thicker than AGAT dolls.

By comparison AGAT dolls have 16" slim bodies, all vinyl.  


  1. Great review! I was wondering, which AGFAT dolls would you recommend more- Lydia, Matilda, or Amelia?

    1. I can't really recommend one over the other because they are distinctly from different time eras. It's really a personal choice on which historical time period speaks to you.

  2. I love the photo shoot! Historical dolls and clothes are my very favorites!!!

  3. The AGFAT ensembles are so beautifully done that it's worth getting an AGFAT doll just to model these gorgeous outfits!! However, once she's home, you'll probably fall in love with her as well.

  4. Thanks for the comparison photos. I know AG is the standard but they often look clunky to me. :)

  5. Yeah. My Lydia is asking for a plain blue colonial style dress, and the only colonial doll dress patterns I have are Felicity's. Guess it's time to make another AGAT sized least I have a little experience.